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Oracle 10g Installation in Serviceguard cluster

 
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KOUYATE MAURY
Frequent Advisor

Oracle 10g Installation in Serviceguard cluster

Hi,
I would like to install oracle 10g database on my serviceguard cluster so that users can access oracle when the package switch to the other node. i mean do i need to install oracle on both nodes and later copy the ORACLE_HOME on the share storage, or i should install it in one node by installing the ORACLE_BASE and ORACLE_HOME on the storage. in that case, can oracle be started on the second node when the package switch?
If somebody can help

Kouyate Maury
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Carsten Krege
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Re: Oracle 10g Installation in Serviceguard cluster

HP provides a purchasable toolkit for Oracle integration into Serviceguard/LX on software.hp.com:
http://h20293.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=T2376A

The usual recommendation is to have static files (like binaries) on each of the cluster nodes that is able to run the package and to have dynamic files (configfiles, database) on the shared storage.

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Sergejs Svitnevs
Honored Contributor

Re: Oracle 10g Installation in Serviceguard cluster

You only need install Oracle on one node on the local disks, and then copy it to the other node.

More info you can find at :
http://www.oracle.com/technology/deploy/availability/htdocs/hafaq.html

Regards
KOUYATE MAURY
Frequent Advisor

Re: Oracle 10g Installation in Serviceguard cluster

I've install oracle on one node by directing the oracle base and home to the storage. And configure the other node with the same variable environment.
Thanks